“British Virgin Islands one week”

1. Cooper Island

Cooper Island is only six nautical miles away from the four seasons yachting headquarters in Road Town. It is an appealing island with a private berth in the Manchioneel Bay that offers many activity opportunities. The main attraction on land is the Cooper Island Beach Club. It is a small resort comprising of a restaurant, café, rum bar, boutique, and inviting outdoor lounge. Don’t miss out on the beach bar during evening hours. Here, you can spoil yourself with a traditional Caribbean sunset. It makes the cocktail tastes twice as good. The Manchioneel Bay also invites water sports enthusiasts. The surrounding area of the Cistern Point is particularly suitable for snorkeling.

2. Virgin Gorda

Once again, there is much to see and marvel about. Sail in the direction of Virgin Gorda. There, you will be greeted by The Baths. A breathtaking highlight is its beach, but also the hiking trail towards Devils Bay along giant boulders. Spoil yourself with a visit to the Top of the Baths Restaurant & Bar, where you can take in the panorama.
Nearby you can find the Virgin Gorda marina. Here you can find Wi-Fi, diesel, ice, and water. Either radio the marina for a berth or use one of the mooring buoys outside. This way, you can reach the port by dinghy. A supermarket is within walking distance. Restaurants can be reached by dinghy or taxi. The two restaurants Coco Maya and Snapper’s Bar & Grill are a ten-minute walk from Spanish Town. Outstanding food and a cocktail allow you to relax before heading back to the berth at the end of the night. This is located in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. In Leverick Bay, you can look forward to mooring buoys and a restaurant. It also has a supermarket.

3. to 4. Anegada

Today, we gotta get up early. You can look forward to a varied day. Sail to Anegada and enjoy the route. The sparsely populated island is approximately 15 miles long and rather flat. Here, the pleasantly mild north-east trade winds will caress you. Visit the island interior. There you will meet beautiful salt lakes and numerous birds. You can also observe flamingos at the ponds near the berths at the western end. We recommend regaining your energy with lunch at the Cow Wreck Beach Bar. It can be reached via taxi or scooter. The hospitality of the locals and unique beaches will stay with you for a long time. You can also shop for mementos at the souvenir shops or snorkel in the Loblolly Bay.
We recommend the Big Bamboo for snacks and drinks and the Wonky Dog or Potter’s by the Sea for dinner. The traditional Anegada lobster is a proper specialty, which you can find here. We recommend making a reservation. Alternatively, you can visit the Anegada Reef Hotel, with a restaurant and jetty.

5. Trellis Bay

Trellis Bay is rustic and captivates with its pleasant flair. Stroll through Aragorn’s Studio and the Trellis Bay Market, where you can stock up on groceries and beverages. On offer is breakfast and barbeque for lunch. During the season, you can participate in the legendary Full Moon Parties at Trellis Bay once a month. Fireballs on water and live entertainment provide the guests with a distinct experience.
On the other side of the Trellis Bay canal, you can berth at Marina Cay. Another offer here is lunch under the sun. Additional restaurants can be found at the Scrub Island Resort. The White Bay of Guana Island offers a berth for the night. Monkey Point offers fans of snorkeling their money’s worth. White Bay will reward you with the perfect sunset to end the evening. Guana Island is private. However, you’re allowed to stroll the white sandy beach to the flood mark.

6. Great Harbour

Northwest of Tortola Island, you can find Jost Van Dyke surrounded by turquoise water.
The island is home to 200 people only and thus somewhat rural. However, you shouldn’t miss out on Jost Van Dyke.

Spend the night at Great Harbour and enjoy dinner at the famous Foxy’s Tamarind Bar. The restaurant is connected to a boutique, which offers plenty of souvenirs. The Cool Breeze Café is only a few minutes by foot. Here you can get Wi-Fi, breakfast, and lunch. The Corsair at the beach serves food all day.

The White Bay, a short drive away from the Great Harbour, offers berths for the day. Spend a relaxing time at the beach or snorkel the reef. You can regain energy by visiting one of the many restaurants and bars at the beach. We recommend the Soggy Dollar Bar, Seddys One Love, Gertrude’s, and Hendo’s Hideout.

7. The Bight

The most sought after berth on Norman Island is The Bight. It is located on the east side of the Flanagan Passage, with St. John across to the west. Norman Island is ideal for a layover. Discover the charming landscape characterized by hills and slopes or snorkel near the Indians and The Caves. Particularly suitable for something to eat is The Pirates Bight Bar, Restaurant, and Gift Shop. Their Pirates Irma Punch cocktail is a proper insider tip.


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